Spring Game April 20th at 2 p.m.
153 achieved a 3.0 or higher in 2011-12
First camp practice under new head coach Carl Pelini
Ten student-athletes were named to the President's List, 19 student-athletes received Dean's List recognition
Spring Game, 6 p.m., April 14 at the FAU Stadium
2011:Showed a lot of promise at the opening of preseason...injured in the final preseason scrimmage which slowed progression...played in 11 of the team's games both as a receiver and on special teams...recorded his first catch, a 16 yard reception, at Auburn...grabbed a nine yard reception in FAU's home season and stadium opener versus WKU...the following game he grabbed two receptions, including his longest reception of the season, a 24-yarder...versus Arkansas State he had two receptions and his season high 38 yards and his first collegiate score, an 18-yard strike from Graham Wilbert...tallied two receptions at Troy...finished the final two game with a reception in each... on the year he recorded 10 receptions for 119 yards and a score...one of six to average double digits per reception and per game...recorded his first solo tackle at FIU and repeated at Troy for two tackles on the year.
High School: Played for Earl Tillman at Booker T. Washington Senior High School where he recorded 33 receptions for 610 yards, an average of 18.5 yards per catch, and seven scores...known for being a big play wide receiver, he earned a spot in the North/South All-Star Game...named first-team all-Dade County as a senior...had a career game versus Miami Killian with four receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown... two-sport athlete (football and track)...recipient of the scholar athlete award...also recruited by FIU and Middle Tennessee State.
Personal: Son of Toralin Pringle and Arthur Moise, relative of Torrance Moise who played at Webber International...born July 31, 1993 in Miami, FL.